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Treasury Wine Estates Expects FY21 EBITS To Be In Range Of $495 Mln To $515 Mln
Treasury Wine Estates Notes China's Determination On Anti-Dumping & Countervailing Duty
Treasury Wine Enters Agreement With The Wine Group For U.S. Commercial Brands
Treasury Wine Estates Limited is engaged in grape growing and sourcing; wine production, and wine marketing, selling and distribution. The Company's segments include Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), which is engaged in the manufacture, sale and marketing of wine within Australia and New Zealand, and distribution of beer and cider under license in New Zealand; Americas, which is engaged in the manufacture, sale and marketing of wine within the Americas region; Asia, which is engaged in the sale and marketing of wine within the Asia (including the Middle East and Africa), and Europe, which is engaged in the manufacture, sale and marketing of wine within Europe and Latin America. It is also engaged in the sale of branded wines, principally as a finished, bottled product. The Company's wine portfolio includes Commercial, Masstige and luxury wine brands, such as Penfolds, Beringer, Lindeman's, Wolf Blass, Chateau St Jean and Sterling Vineyards.
161 Collins Street
Paul Ashley Rayner
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
President - Americas
Managing Director Asia
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Treasury Wine Estates Ltd, the world's largest standalone winemaker, said on Monday that Beijing had imposed a final combined 175.6% anti-dumping and countervailing duty rate on its Australian wine imports into China, its biggest market.
Australia's Treasury Wine Estates Ltd said on Monday it would face an anti-dumping and countervailing duty rate of 175.6% for its Australian country-of-origin wine in China, after an investigation by that country's Ministry of Commerce. (Reporting by Soumyajit Saha in Bengaluru...
Australia's Treasury Wine Estates Ltd said on Wednesday it will license A$100 million ($77 million) worth of its U.S. brands to The Wine Group as part of an ongoing overhaul of its American operations.
Treasury Wine Estates plans a major overhaul of its business that includes the likely sale of low priority brands and other assets, aiming to gain at least A$300 million ($230 million) as it reels from the impact of steep Chinese tariffs on Australian wine.
Australia's Treasury Wine Estates Ltd said on Monday it would divert hundreds of thousands of cases of China-bound wine to other countries to avoid hefty tariffs, battering its shares as it acknowledged its future in its biggest market was unclear.
Treasury Wine Estates Ltd said on Monday it would redirect some wine intended for China and cut costs after Beijing imposed anti-dumping tariffs on Australian wine, dealing a significant blow to the world's largest listed winemaker.
Australian shares ended lower on Friday as renewed doubts about a promising coronavirus vaccine dented investor sentiment, while Treasury Wine dived on China's plans to impose temporary anti-dumping measures on Australian wine imports.
* Shares drop after profit warning versus firm broader marker (Adds shares, CEO comment on analyst call, other details)
Treasury Wine Estates Ltd said on Thursday it expects 2020 core earnings to be between 18.5% to 20% lower than the previous year, and withheld guidance for fiscal 2021 citing continued uncertainty from the coronavirus outbreak.
* SERVED WITH A GROUP PROCEEDING FILED AGAINST TWE IN SUPREME COURT OF VICTORIA.
Australia's Treasury Wine Estates on Friday said it had been served with another class action lawsuit filed by Maurice Blackburn alleging that the winemaker engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct.
Australia's Treasury Wine Estates Ltd <TWE.AX> said it may spin off the prestigious Penfolds label and shrink its low-end "commercial" division in the United States as it seeks ways to grow profit amid upheaval brought by the coronavirus crisis.
Treasury Wine Estates Ltd will consider de-merging its Penfolds wine business into a separate listed company and look at ways to down-size its commercial wine business, especially in the United States, it said on Wednesday.
* TO CONSIDER A DEMERGER OF PENFOLDS AND ACCELERATE ITS SEPARATE FOCUS ON LUXURY VERSUS COMMERCIAL
The coronavirus outbreak has added to pressure on Treasury Wine Estates Ltd's earnings, with the winemaker saying on Tuesday it would not meet its already lowered forecast for the current year due to a hit to consumption.
* NO LONGER BELIEVES THAT IT WILL ACHIEVE PREVIOUSLY PROVIDED GUIDANCE FOR F20 REPORTED EBITS GROWTH OF BETWEEN 5% AND 10%.
Treasury Wine Estates said on Tuesday it will not be able to meet its already lowered earnings forecast for the current financial year as the coronavirus outbreak hits consumption.
* SHOULD THERE BE A SUSTAINED MATERIAL IMPACT ON CONSUMPTION DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, THIS WOULD IMPACT F20 EARNINGS
Australia's Treasury Wine Estates Ltd <TWE.AX>, the world's largest standalone winemaker, on Wednesday reported a nearly 1% fall in first-half profit, as tougher competition in the United States overshadowed growth in its Asia business.
Australia's Treasury Wine Estates Ltd , the world's largest standalone winemaker, on Wednesday reported an almost 1% fall in first half net profit, pressured by tougher competition in the U.S. market.
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